Contract Management Magazine

Please log in to access the Members only articles and the digital edition of the magazine.

Inside the May 2014 issue...

Secrets of Superstar Contracting Professionals Access Restricted
The contracting profession is staring down a demographic cliff. Much of the experienced acquisition workforce will soon retire. To fill this leadership void, the next generation must stand and deliver. This article explores the attributes, motivations, and talents of superior contracting professionals.
By: Christoph Mlinarchik

Reforming the False Claims Act for the 21st Century Access Restricted
As now constituted, the FCA fails to realize its potential to stop fraud before it happens and punishes companies even if they are trying to do the right thing, but relatively modest adjustments could strengthen its anti-fraud incentives while promoting more effective compliance.
By: David W. Ogden and Jonathan G. Cedarbaum

Our Chat with Stuart Hazlett Access Restricted
NCMA Executive Director Michael Fischetti recently interviewed Stuart Hazlett, director of contracting for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, to discuss his organization and what it takes to succeed in the contracting field.
By: Ryan Burke

Understanding the Balancing Act: How We Can Invest in the Acquisition Workforce to Drive Transformational Change Access Restricted
A better understanding of how industry does business will greatly help industry/government communication, thereby strengthening each government agency's ability to accomplish its mission.
By: Jose Arrieta and Nick Nayak

Casting a New Net: In This New Information Age, Is There a Future for the Competition in Contracting Act? Access Restricted
Do existing competition regulations obstruct the U.S. federal government's access to novel technologies and conversely obstruct technology innovators' access to the government marketplace?
By: Vincent M. Krivda and Mark Bogart

Barriers to Small Business Participation in Federal Overseas Contracts and Subcontracts Access Restricted
A qualitative, phenomenological study focused on the lack of representation of small businesses on federal overseas contracts.
By: Diane R. Bublak

Professional Development Access Restricted
How to Create a Positive Work Culture
By: Bill Simms Jr.

Speaking Out Access Restricted
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: How Congress Affects the Small Business Program
By: Philip G. Bail Jr.

Congressional Update Access Restricted
Legislation and Regulations
By: Michael R. Rizzo

Legal Forum Access Restricted
Risk Remains for GSA Schedule Contracts
By: Jack Horan

Discuss This Topic

Join discussion >>

NCMA Resources | Advertise | Privacy Policy | Contact Us | Site Map | © 2012 National Contract Management Association